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Do you love sports? Well, the Olympic games has got that. The Olympics is a fun time for some individuals, especially for those that take pride in the nation they are from. In the Olympics, teams are comprised of people that live in the same nation. Today, I would like to talk about the Summer Olympics, because it’s supposed to be happening right now, but it’s been postponed due to the Covid 19 pandemic. It was set to take place in Tokyo, Japan in 2020, so what I’m going to do is try to convince you to travel to Tokyo some day to get some kind of Olympic experience from visiting the Japan Olympic Museum in Tokyo. If you’re a person that loves sports and likes watching the Olympics on TV, then consider going to this museum. And don’t just go there, go to many places to get a full trip, but I’m not going to talk about other places. Just places and subjects that relate to the Olympics and Japan.

I really would like to talk about past Japanese medal winners in the Olympic games. Japan has 497 total medals. 156 gold, 158 silver, and 183 bronze. Most of their gold medals where won in Judo, a martial art form that originated in Japan. Let me talk about Japan in the last Summer Olympics, which was in 2016 in Brazil. Shohei Ono, Haruka Tachimoto, and Mashu Baker all won gold medals in Judo. I’m American so I love Michael Phelps, but I have to give someone else from Japan some acknowledgement, because this blog post is about Japanese sports and entertainment, so I’m going to present to the American people who love Phelps to Kosuke Hagino, a gold medalist winner in a Summer Olympic swimming event in 2016.

I just want you to really consider traveling to Japan. I heard it’s very rich in culture and a very pleasant place to travel to. I gathered all that information from vlogs on YouTube. I know I haven’t experienced it by physically going there, but it doesn’t matter, because most people have access to YouTube. If I had money to go, Tokyo, Japan would be one of the first cities I’d travel to. I’m just playing. I know to get a real life experience I must actually go. I’m not really qualified to talk about Japan, because I’ve never been there, but guess what? I’m going to finish this post anyway, because I need to knock these blog pages out. When you have a blog, you’re supposed to write about as many things as you possibly can, so that’s what I’m trying to do right now, just write. I’m trying to get you to find out about different places around the world so I can cure some of that ignorance you have floating around in your dome, and mine too, because I’m one of the most ignorant people who has walked this earth, so blogging gives me the opportunity to do a little research to kind of teach you and me as well.

Before I go, let me list two hotels that’s near the Japan Olympic Museum.

E Hotel Higashi Shinjuku
Pearl Hotel Shinjuku Akebonobashi

Alright people. I’m about to wrap this up. But I would like to say that even though Covid 19 is killing Summer Olympic sports entertainment, once it passes we’ll be alive and be back to normal. You just have to hope for the best.

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